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Gret Belt Bridge, Denmark

Gret Belt Bridge, Denmark

Gret Belt Bridge, Denmark ( 1.624 Meters ). The Artificial Island of SprogÝ connecting the East and West road- and rail link across The Great Belt, Denmark.
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Worlds largest cruise ship on the way to Fort Lauderdale, FL

Worlds largest cruise ship on the way to Fort Lauderdale, FL

At 0:18AM local time here in Denmark worlds largest cruise ship MS Oasis of the Seas passed the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark after it left STX Europe, Shipbuilding in Turku, Finland the day before yesterday.

It's maiden voyage from Miami should be on december 1st. 2009.

It was a tough job for the captain to bring it through the bridge. The ship is 72 m (236 ft) hig...
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Great East Belt suspension Bridge

Great East Belt suspension Bridge

This is the second longest suspension bridge in the world measuring 1624 metres long!
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Hampton Roads Bridge -Tunnel

Hampton Roads Bridge -Tunnel

The Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) is the 3.5-mile-long (5.6 km) Hampton Roads crossing for Interstate 64 and U.S. Route 60. The Bridge dives into a tunnel to allow clearance for ships docking at Hampton Roads harbor
No rating yet04/06/2007658Google Earth Logo
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Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

It is 17.5 miles (28 kilometers) long and connects Norfolk and Cape Charles, Virginia and the worlds longest bridge-tunnel.
Rating of 3.501/15/2006604Google Earth Logo
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Toll station at Great Belt Bridge

Toll station at Great Belt Bridge

When you want to use the bridge between Funen and Sealand by car, motorbike, truck or bus you have to pay a fee here at this toll station at Halsskov.
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ABP Ports Around The UK

ABP Ports Around The UK

ABP Is The UKís Leading Ports Business, Providing Innovative & High-Quality Port Facilities & Services To Shippers & Cargo Owners. This Is A Collection Of All 21 Ports.
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Saumur Tunnel, 9th June 1944

Saumur Tunnel, 9th June 1944

The first 12,000-lb Tallboy bombs developed by Barnes Wallis were used on this night by 617 Squadron in a raid on a railway tunnel near Saumur, 125 miles south of the battle area. The raid was prepared in great haste because a German Panzer unit was expected to move by train through the tunnel. The target area was illuminated with flares by 4 Lancasters of 83 Squadron and marked at low level by...
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Dingmans Bridge

Dingmans Bridge

Dingmans Bridge, located in Dingmans Ferry, PA. This is the last privately owned bridge on the Delaware River. The bridge is quite old and has wood plank flooring that rattles when driven on. A person stands in the road, on the PA side and collects a 50 cent toll for each direction.
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Natchan World - Incat Hull 065

Natchan World - Incat Hull 065

The Natchan World catamaran car ferry was launched from the Incat Shipyard in Hobart, Tasmania, on 18 February 2008. The vessel is the second ferry constructed by Incat Tasmania for owner Toyo Shipping Line Co Ltd and operator Higashi Nihon Ferry.

The ship was delivered on 18 April 2008 following extensive sea trails in Prince of Wales Bay. Her sister ship, the Natchan Rera, was...
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Tunnel and Oeresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden

Tunnel and Oeresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden

Connection between Denmark and Sweden. West of the island the connection is a tunnel, below and East of the island is Oeresund Bridge, 16 km long, finished in 2000.


Information by Claudio Marchesin:

In 1991, the governments of Denmark and Sweden agreed to build a bridge to connect the two countries across the Oresund Strait. The 16-kilometer-long Oresund Link b...
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Northbridge Tunnel, Perth

Northbridge Tunnel, Perth

A four-year project, the Northbridge Tunnel was opened in April 2000, on time and within budget. Running beneath a commercial district in East Perth, the tunnel was built to alleviate the bottleneck of traffic battling to join the causeway across the Swan River, and links instead to a new road bridge over the river that allows traffic to bypass the city centre.

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